As we prepare to jump head first into everything that is Idea Festival IF Film's Producer Soozie Eastman sat down with the Louisville.com team to talk about the festival, Louisville, and her love for film.
Andrew Fontenot of the indie band Mother Falcon talks about their upcoming show at Zanzabar on June 9 and how a band with 16+ members writes songs and tours.
Where else could you find creative dishes, good Kentucky bourbon and a guy who got the honor of holding a giant orange fork?
The International Space Station has become home to many new experiments, some of which include medicinal discoveries. Dr. Julie Robinson spoke at Idea Festival about some of the discoveries that have or might have benefited health care on earth.
Parag Khanna spoke at Idea Festival, sharing information on global events to suggest that power to provide social and environmental solutions should belong to anyone who wants to be part of the solution.
A fully recreated corner store at the Idea Festival gives a humorous but depressing and scatalogical view on the American urban corner store. View a slideshow of the exhibit.
Jon Landau, producer of the two highest grossing films of all time, Titanic and Avatar, talks about Avatar and the future of 3D at IdeaFestival 2010. So what's next in the world of 3D technology?
Sean Carroll will be presenting Wild Time about the concept of time in all of its many manifestations. Saturday, 1:30 p.m. at Idea Festival.
Just a day after appearing on national TV, the singer will show Louisville’s Idea Festival what she is all about.
Thrivals is a festival within the Idea Festival with an impressive line up of speakers and performers, including Nichelle Nichols of Star Trek fame and Janelle Monae on Wednesday, September 29.
A summary of local news for June 1, 2010
A rowdy crowd and a potty-mouth food and travel guy had a raucous good time at the Kentucky Center Friday night
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